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Hezbollah criticized over the weekend comments by former Prime Minister Saad Hariri in which he said there could be no discussion of a new electoral law in the shadow of the resistance group's weapons, and added that a strong, unified and stable
The Daily Star My youngest aunt was named Souria, which was fitting given that for 65 years she was a strident member of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party. Lebanese-Brazilian emigre Antoun Saadeh, who sought to establish a Greater Syria. Although
The Daily Star The controversial sheikh says he holds Nasrallah responsible for the safety of protesters in the peaceful sit-in. Government officials scrambled Friday to avert a possible clash between supporters and opponents of Syrian President
Preserving the Resistance's weapons guarantees Lebanese sovereignty and strengthens ties between Lebanon and Syria, Progressive Socialist Party leader MP Walid Jumblatt said Saturday. Jumblatt made his remarks during a luncheon banquet at his
In a small fabric store in Tripoli, Mustafa Saadeddine and Burhan Mousa Agha are preparing for the day's rally supporting the Syrian uprising. They have drawn up a stack of posters calling for the end of the regime.Stop massacre in Homs reads one,
The crackling of automatic gunfire coming from the speakers of 15-year-old Ahmed's laptop breaks the quiet in a sunlit wing of a private hospital on the outskirts of Tripoli, one of Lebanon's two largest cities. He calmly concentrates on the screen
Magali Delporte Adonis , the greatest living poet of the Arab world, ushers me down a labyrinthine corridor in a stately building in Paris, near the Champs Elysees. The plush offices belong to a benefactor, a Syrian-born businessman funding the poet'
United Nations special envoy Terje Roed-Larsen will accompany U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon to Beirut Friday, but will not take part in Ban's official meetings with Lebanese leaders, sources from the Grand Serail informed The Daily Star
For many Syrian activists who have fled across the border, Lebanon is an uneasy refuge. "You always worry that you're still in reach of the hands of the Syrian regime," said one activist, whispering in the corner of a busy coffee shop in Beirut. "
The League voted for suspension and sanctions at the weekend, triggering anti-League mass protests in the country, mainly in Damascus, where the embassy of Turkey was stormed, while embassies of Saudi Arabia and Qatar were also attacked, with police